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new mexico avenue northwest. it used to be, if you remember, sutton gourmet in that little shopping center. now it's a fak louse new tall -- fabulous new italian restaurant. they even have gelato and italian desserts and great pastas. and of course the pizzas. what are you preparing? >> these are one ever the dishes -- of the dishes we served for the "esquire" magazine. we prepare fresh mushroom. you can use port bellow. -- portabella. almost the same. olive oil, garlic, parsley. black pepper, salt. a little bit more olive oil on the top. >> that's it? >> that's it. italian cooking is good ingredients and technique. >> that's very simple. then you wrap it up and no fancy dish? just wrap it up in aluminum foil? >> like that you put it in the oven at 400. depends on the size of the mushrooms. usually it's between 12 and 15 minutes. >> that's all? >> then you just bring it in front of your guests and you open them up. >> you have one that's already prepared. let's see what it looks like. >> the pan is hot. >> be careful, chef. >> you bring it to the customer and open it like this. smel
booty. he is fox news contributor and editor of "the daily caller." and in mexico he is considered beef jerky, my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and he is so bright that candles light him during a blackout. sitting next to me, gary johnson, former new mexico governor and the libertarian party nominee for president. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> thank you for that. well, he didn't suck. panic breathes a collective and smelly sigh of relief as they emerge from the worst debate performance in 700 years. this debate took place at hofster university. didn't know that. and no surprise the press declared captain perfect the winner. but another group was not as convinced. voters who watched the damn thing. at least when it came to the issues romney won on the economy, health care, taxes, the deficit and leadership. meanwhile other polls and focus groups showed obama winning the debate by not that much. one thing is for sure, both candidates were combative. stop laughing at me. like other shows "red eye cts convened its own group. let's see how it reacted to one of the comme
10 beneficiarios vienen de mexico. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. las ultimas cifras entregadas por el gobierno la semana pasada indican que solo el 10% de esos potenciales 1.8 millones de beneficiarios de la accion diferida han efectivamente enviados esas solicitudes. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. ... y a proposito de jovenes, en washington existe una escuela publica que ofrece clases en espanol e ingles a jovenes latinos para que puedan graduarse y pode beneficiarse con el acta del sueno... mas adelante:. mas de 300 trabajores de un complejo industrial agricola en peru resultan intoxicados con pesticidas... se incrementa la nubosidad y se esperan precipitaciones maÑana jueves... enterese a partir de que hora, despues de la pausa comercial... en washington, una singular escuela ofrece clases en espaÑol a jovenes latinos quienes no han terminado la secundaria...lilian mass nos amplia... si piensa que este salÓn de clase se encuentra en algÚn paÍs latinoamericano se equivoca.. y es que en la misma capital de los estados unidos se encuentra una esc
of mexico, you're talking about colorado, it's harder. this is an intentional slowdown. the gulf of mexico, ich has been one of the most prolific sources of oil and natural gas is still at a lower level of activity than it was prior to the bp spl. now that was regretable, but safeguards are in place right now. so that's not going to happen again. this administration has been trying to get rid of coal-fired generation. they don't like oil and gas generation. and they just assume we would be riding around on horses and buggies. melissa: or wind powered cars. >> that's right. lissa: liz, let me ask you. another thing this debate about federal land versus private lanand. we went back and did the fact-checking. turns out once again from the department of energy, 96% of the inease since 2007, in production, took place on nonfederal lands. look at that. you can see there. >> private and. >> absolutely. melissa --. melissa: hang on, let liz get in there. go ahead, liz. >> what we're talking about essentially the difference between drilling on federal land, government land or private land. what you
a really nice trailer in new mexico. here is my trailer. i live in a trailer in mexico. [laughter] this trailer has a really nice mri in it. we work with inmates to volunteer force studies and how to make them better. what we have found is that individuals to have those psychopathic traits, only about a third of all inmates will score really high on the straights. they have reduced gray matter density in these areas. this is the same area where that guy had the tumor. these individuals, control and for all the important things, they are all from pretty average environments. extremely different in terms of structure. does this go towards mitigation? how should it be used? how should this information be used to? i use it to dole out treatment. that is how i thought we would kick start this seminar. i am happy to answer any other questions. i did not do this all by myself. i had a lot of individuals who helped me with this data. this research is all funded by the national research of health, your tax dollars. thank you for your attention. i will turn over to our moderator. thank you.
. this is "early today," just the first stop of your day today on your nbc station. >>> one zoo in mexico welcomed their newest little giant. a 2-month-old baby hippo this week made its appearance along with mama. zoo officials say he is's exploring new foods and while he's tiny now, he could get up to 2 tons. they were listed as a vulnerable series because of poaching with their ivory teeth. look at him having a hard time walking there. >> a little belly fat. >>> a new exhibit shows the popemobile over the years, showing off golden carriages and white cars. it's an in-depth look at the pope's vehicles. the earliest carriages were pulled by six horses and looked more like mobile rooms. it was john paul ii's ride that earned the name popemobile, as it appeared at events around the world. >>> finally, competitors in china did their best flying squirrel impressions at the championship. b.a.s.e. jumpers and skydivers wore special suits to allow them to glide through the air. the competitors leapt from a cliff 4,600 feet in the air and flew across the valley below. this is just the first round of jumps
. investigators believe she may have been in an relationship with him. and the two could be headed for mexico. >>> happening right now in an oakland courtroom, closing arguments in the murder trial of giselle esteban the woman accused of killing nursing student michelle le last year at the hayward hospital where le worked. her body was found in pleasanton four months later. >>> developing news involving google. trading of the company stock has been halted after its latest earnings report leaked early and stock price took a drastic plunge. a contractor released the earnings report early by mistake. it was supposed to have been released after the close of regular trading today, the stock fell more than $68 or 9% to $687.30 before that trading was stopped. >>> oregon supreme court ordered release of more than 20,000 pages of confidential files kept by the boy scouts of america. the so-called perversion files identify scout leaders and volunteers banned from the group after being accused sexual or inappropriate conduct with boys from 1965 to 1985. >>> teenager kicked out of the boy scouts for bei
with him. and the two could be headed for mexico. >>> happening right now in an oakland courtroom, closing arguments in the murder trial of giselle esteban the woman accused of killing nursing student michelle le last year at the hayward hospital where le worked. her body was found in pleasanton four months later. >>> developing news involving google. trading of the company stock has been halted after its latest earnings report leaked early and stock price took a drastic plunge. a contractor released the earnings report early by mistake. it was supposed to have been released after the close of regular trading today, the stock fell more than $68 or 9% to $687.30 before that trading was stopped. >>> oregon supreme court ordered release of more than 20,000 pages of confidential files kept by the boy scouts of america. the so-called perversion files identify scout leaders and volunteers banned from the group after being accused sexual or inappropriate conduct with boys from 1965 to 1985. >>> teenager kicked out of the boy scouts for being openly gay plans to deliver a petition with 400,000 sig
the teaching function basically. i am also working on a program in mexico in the schools in mexico that will now be up to about 6,000 schools to operate in the networking. so, here is an implication for the argument that we make in the peace coming and i want to say that i am more radical on this set of issues than nicoe authors -- co-authors. inevitably, learning is alive and well in society. the means for access to learning will be more flexible and more responsive to individual demand however disorganized. how it is organized is going to be up for grabs. it will not accommodate well to the hierarchy model and the longer that we stay with the domestic hierarchy model, the worse the association between learning and schooling will be. .. in which public school organization are trying to accommodate to the digital age are totally dysfunctional, and these institutions will die as a a consequence of that. finally, just an argument about neuroscience, i know i'm actually taking a neuro biology course at berkeley online, and i look back on my classroom observations and i think this is a
homecoming. a man's best friend lost on a camping trip in new mexico find his way home to texas after two long months. how romeo inspired a little love from coast to coast. >> good for romeo. >> hmm. >>> new details on the foiled plot to blow up the federal reserve. >> the suspect used facebook and social media to find like-minded terrorists what he found was an undercover fbi with more from our sister station wabc. >> reporter: surrounded by cameras, quazi ahsan nafis' lawyer had not much to say. nafis is 21 years old but already the feds say a committed islamist terrorist. in court arraigned on charges of providing material support to a terrorist group, al qaeda. and the attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction after parking a van loaded with what he thought was a 1,000-pound bomb in front of the federal reserve building in lower manhattan. officials say he want to a room in nearby millennium hotel and used a cell fun to try to detonate the bomb. the feds rendered the bomb inert, they swooped in and arrested him. >> he was acting alen and inspired by radical islamic fundamentalists
mexico and he is constantly barraged by what's the best way to assess i.q., especially when you have these different tests and different measures, et cetera. i.q. is one of the most well studied things in psychology. so taking a brain scan and fitting your brain along a dimension and getting a value is just a slightly different way of doing it than giving you the tests and stuff like that. so i have not obviously testified to anything like that. i just tried to give that as an example. there is an enormous literature out there that is already peer-reviewed and published on i.q. there are dozens of papers. the big question is how well can i take a single person's brain scan and with what confidence can i get a number associated with it that we would derive an i.q. those measures and ways that we do that get better every month, basically, every year we're getting more and more accurate at taking a single piece of information or complex piece of information and fitting it. to my knowledge, it hasn't been done. i am aware there are patents on estimating i.q. using brain imaging which is
towards the gufl f of mexico. line of severe storms all the way down towards the gulf. even a few tornadoes reported from this line. and it is going to move our way. the good news for us? we're not going to see the severity that they saw out to the west. but we'll still have a chance for some severe weather here. we saw plenty of sunshine as high pressure is still dominating. tomorrow, i think we get nice and warm with temperatures into the 70s in most locations. that cold front will move through fairly slowly tomorrow evening. notice around 5:00, we're on the dry side. it will move through and move out of here by friday. friday, looking warm, too. with partly sunny skies. i think friday is looking like a pretty nice day. let's break down this storm for you and show you when it comes in. here's tomorrow and our future weather about noon. i really don't think you have to worry during the rush hour. here it is around 9:00. you can see a few isolated showers. maybe couple of thunderstorms but the latest models actually bring this in a little bit later now, around 2:00 a.m. the latest
to believe? >> the quote in the same breath he said that he wanted to restore the mexico city policy that taxpayer funds wouldn't to go abortion abroad. >> but they don't go. >> isle i'm telling you what the quote said, clarify what the quote said. this is taking one sentence out of context to me. >> he's been very clear over quite a long period of time that he would de fund planned parenthood. he has been unequivocal on that subject. he's also been asked to the supreme court justices were that he identified with and the kind that he would appoint, and it's justice scalia, one more scalia would result in a reversal of row v. wade, robert bjork heads his judicial collection selection fo for the campaign. robert bjork we know wrote the roadmap for how to overturn roe versus wade. he is sending maybe it's dog whistles but people getting the message. >> during this week vice-presidential debate the candidates were asked about their views on abortion. >> i do not believe that -- that we have a right to tell other people that, women that they can't control their body. it's a decision betwe
responses seen in folks hooked on drugs and alcohol. a middle schoolteacher in new mexico tells parents there's another reason for the ban, she doesn't like those red fingerprints, so no cheetos for you. jon: i'm addicted to lots of snack foods. jenna: they're getting a bad wrap. jon: i think some of those folks need more to work on. >>> the reaction of the arrest of a bangladeshi man accused of trying to blow up the federal reserve in new york city. we'll hear from someone who says he's acquainted with this suspect. -- joint operation center in downtown manhattan. the suspect was followed by a surveillance team, also an arrest team with the fbi, tracking 21-year-old quazi mohammad nafis from his home in queens to a warehouse on long island where he loaded a van with 20, 50-pound bags of ammonium nitrate. put it in trash cans, covered it with a tarp and headed downtown to the federal reserve bank with a fbi agent along for the ride, attaching the dead naturer to the bomb and parking the van in front of the federal reserve bank and going with this undercover officer to a room at the mill
of programs aimed at expanding enrollment including a partnership with mexico among foreign nationals. the department of state and homeland security waved the legal requirement that people entering the u.s. not be welfare reliant. it is a hot button issue sometimes. wouldn't be surprised if we start hearing about this one on the campaign trail and in next week's final debate. >> oo the timed 5 minutes to the top of the hour. talk about a literal kick to the head. we will explain. >> can you figure out the word of the day? there it is stick around for the answer. music: "make someone h" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ ♪it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one someone happy ♪and you will be happy too. ♪ >> about a minute until the top of the hour. the good, bad and uglyfirst the good. a baby bear nursed back to health after being left're abandoned by the mother. you may have to deg deeper when you want a glass of wine. drought and hail hurt the european grapes . and a girl taking a knee in the face. she was down in a uta
drinking. >> singing. but first this is "today" on nbc. >>> a group of monks who live in few mexico spend their days reading, praying, working and singing. and they also brew their own beer. >> and they've been signed by a major recording label. they're releasing their debut album called "monks in the desert, blessings, peace and harmony." we're so happy to have you with us today. welcome, gentlemen. congratulations on the record deal. >> how did that feel like? >> justin bieber must be so nervous. >> was it great news? >> we couldn't imagine it. >> somebody found out about you and said there's a record deal here. and you brew your own beer. we love that. we have to give it a try. >> we certainly do. >> okay. what are you going to be singing for us today? . >> it's called alleluia. the just will flourish. >> we're so excited. here they are. ♪ ♪ alleluia, alleluia ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> beautiful. >> so soothing. >> i think it will be billboard with a bullet. i really do. thank you, gentlemen. god bless you all for coming. really appreciate it. thank you fo
once again, this is a massive storm. it goes from canada all the way down towards the gulf of mexico, and just look at that swirl in the atmosphere. if this was the middle of winter, we'd be talking about a major snowstorm. but that's not what's happening. rain everywhere, and very gusty winds. winds still gusting upwards of 50, 60 miles an hour behind this storm. eventually, it will bring us some cooler air. but it's not going to happen until probably the weekend. that cooler air is not nearly as cold as it has been so far this year. your weather forecast, here we go. as far as the future weather goes, warm ahead of this frontal boundary with a few showers and storms ahead of it. tonight, this area of low pressure right along the front, that will bring in ample moisture, and 3:00 a.m., most of this activity will be overnight. but it will allow us to see a pretty good amount of rain in some locations. could be rain early tomorrow morning, and by tomorrow afternoon it clears out of here. i think tomorrow should be a pretty nice day. especially after around the 11:00, 12:00 hour. by sa
trip in new mexico. >> well, then he got a phone call completely out of the blue. alana greenfogle of albuquerque was there for the emotional reunion. >> reporter: to understand why this moment is so special -- >> i never thought i would see you again, pup. >> reporter: you have to know what this dog has been through. >> he's a miracle. >> reporter: his name is romeo, for two reasons, he's apparently a lady's man and -- >> he was born in rome. >> reporter: since he was a few weeks old, romeo went everywhere with his owner, mike stocks. >> we have been attached at the hip, 15 1/2 years. >> reporter: but in august, they were on a camping trip in santa fe. >> it started raining. so i unzipped the end of the tent to pull the rain flap over and i guess i didn't zip it up quick enough and he snuck out. he's kind of sneaky. >> reporter: for days mike tried to find romeo, before the coyotes or mountain lions did. >> we thought there is no way he could survive. >> reporter: devastated, he was forced to head home. leaving behind a memorial in his best buddy's memory. >> two months ago i had
to invent a model that overrides the teaching function. i'm also working on a program in mexico and rural schools in mexico that when i'll be up to about 6000 schools but it operates on -- [inaudible]. so here's some implications for the argument we make, and i said i am more radical on this set of issues than my co-author. there will be a progressive and steady disassociation between learning and schooling. inevitably, learning is alive and well in society. the means for access to learning will be more flexible and more responsive to individual demand. however it's organized. how it's organized is going to be up for grabs. it will not accommodate well, in fact the longer we stay with the hierarchy model, the worse the disassociation between learning and schooling will be. that is, now, this is not an argument that is a good future. actually that are huge issues of access and equity associate with what's going to happen. this is not an normative argument. this is a predictive argument. i've only seen one quoted quote system that's managed to try to get out ahead of this issue in a positiv
, the united states and mexico reached a ground- breaking agreement on what oil and gas resources in the gulf of mexico. and we will be sending it to congress for action soon. the agreement clearly lays out how the united states and mexico will manage the resources that transcend our maritime boundary. in addition to these examples of energy diplomacy, we are also focused on our secondary of engagement, energy transformation. helping to promote new energy solutions, including renewable and energy efficiency, to meet rising demand, diversify the global energy supply, and address climate change. the transformation to cleaner energy is central to reducing the world's carbon emissions. and it is the core of a strong 21st century global economy. but we know very well that energy transformation cannot be accomplished by governments alone. in the next 25 years, the world will need up to $15 trillion in investments to generate and transmit electricity. governments can and will provide some of it, but most will come from the private sector. that is not only a huge challenge, but a huge opportunity. an
world championship. new mexico native jeb corliss was among the favorites, but a south african jumper took the top prize. >>> and dogs, well, they're just like us. so what really happens when they get their day started after you leave work? same old thing, they fight with the alarm clock, they throw on a shirt, do some dental hygiene, grab a bite for breakfast, of course, and then they hit the couch for some quality tv watching. time to change the channel, it's a dog's life all right. that's genius. it's now five minutes after the hour, love it. driving off to work. back over to al for another check of the weather. >> that is fantastic. oh, thanks so much, natalie. >>> all right. let's see what we've got for you. starting off, we've got this big system that is pushing its way from canada all the way down to texas. heavy rain down through the gulf coast. we've got showers also around the great lakes, behind the system, some wrap around snow coming in, high wind warnings, high wind watches and wind advisories from bismarck down to tulsa. and as we go ahead of the system, we've got a lot
at the size of this storm. it encompasses an area from canada down to the gulf of mexico and all the way out towards the atlantic, over two-thirds of the nation affected by this storm. and it's going to continue to make its way our way tonight. so, warm temperatures out ahead of it. here's our frontal boundary that will move through tonight. tomorrow, another nice warm one. think we'll see plenty of sunshine after noon tomorrow. i think we'll also see shower activity early. saturday, mild with cloud cover. i want to take you through hour by hour here. 5:15, nothing going on right now. by about 7:00, we'll start to see some shower activity here. overnight tonight, that's when i expect most of the rain. this is actually around rush hour tomorrow, between, say, 5:00 and 7:00 a.m. the potential is there for strong showers. and again, heavy rain, maybe some storms. watch out as you're making your way out and about early friday morning. tomorrow morning could be a little problematic. temperatures tomorrow, back into the 70s. 75 on your friday. then another front swings through. we get back into th
we been in mexico. that he was able to compare to the modeling type named to really what john is focused on. presidential attention measured by presidential visits. in the crucial thing for me that he concluded from that study the safety net from from the current system to direct election, about 40% of the states would get more attention, presumably the ones john focused on for sure. a little under 40% would get less attention from presidential visits and then a large group in the middle that's about it in the middle. my point in raising this is a couple points. one is quite apart from constitutional issues come you're not even getting to a majority of the states really that sees much improvement in terms of what happens in direct election. you are seeing a substantial almost as many states. not quite, but almost as many will see fewer. and you don't even have majority support. now for me this goes to the question that we say come away clec tauro college stable? wednesday or is it helps small state until 17% the population could stop a constitutional amendment. that i think th
. it has been a tremendous growth. colombia and mexico also. as i look at this, it is an enduring threat that i think both operational and to our forces and domestically will be here for decades. as i said, it is not just about the devices but about the networks. and we see the ied as a weapon of choice along the threat continuum. at everything from the low end criminal smugglers, narcotics networks, all went to the high end terrorist networks and everything in between. these networks are resilient, adaptive, and very agile. as i tell my friends there centers of excellence are virtual, flat, and unencumbered. they seamlessly communicate sharing recipes, ttp's. i think the way they communicate their command and control system is a huge strategic advantage for them. then we see the proliferation of techniques across these various networks. the projectiles we saw used so effectively, the iranian weapons we saw in iraq, in the gaza strip, and have seen them start to appear in somalia. the vehicle born i.e.d.'s originated in the middle east. we see in mexico as the drug cartel's target each o
imagine if nafta says, for instance, could veto america's national budget or if mexico could veto america's national budget. that's the scope of what angela merkel is talking about. needless to say, there are some countries that are not very fond of that idea. france and spain being two of them. essential there are a lot of points of contention here at this euro zone summit, but it is a very, very important one for the future of the common european currency, michael. >> you make a good point. it's worth getting that context from you. it is an interconnected world. we've already seen the european economic crisis affect china's economy because europeans aren't buying as much from china, and, of course, europe is the u.s.'s biggest trading partner. how does all of this flow on through the world markets? the u.s. economy. >> it would be huge for the u.s. economy is one of the these government wooz fail. if a country like spain would fall part, that would have massive reprecussions that would really make the legal leman catastrophe look like a storm. why the european leaders are trying to get
of it near the u.s./mexico border. >> it appears the relationship had been on the rocks for a period of time. there was a possible divorce in the offing. a lot of money involved with this relationship, as well as both families. >> reporter: police grew suspicious when qui chadwick never picked her kids up aed the bus stop. when authorities went to the home, there were signs of a struggle. a scene so gruesome, they believed qui was dead. they have not recovered the body but arrested chadwick, four miles from the border, after he called san diego police. >> mr. chadwick was in his car for about 18 hours with the body. so, it could be anywhere in southern california right now. >> reporter: california highway patrol officer was tailing chadwick's car south. and said no other passengers were in the car. his story doesn't add up. >> there's a lot of forensic evidence we recovered. there's a series of witnesses that have been interviewed. we're very confident when the facts come out in court, it's going to be very clear. >> reporter: chadwick's attorney won't comment. his client is currently being
about the fast and furious undercover operation trying to deal with gun trafficking with mexico where it all went wrong and americans getting killed with guns supplied by the american officials. so, these things can go very wrong. i mean, one of the classic cases was in 1993, the people who were involved in the first attack on the world trade center. and tried very hard to blow it up, the first guy who was organizing was a fbi informer. but the fbi got bored with the case, didn't think anything would happen. the fbi informer left and a man named ramsey usif was found to deal with them. he was not an informer. he was the cousin of khalid shaikh mohammed, the master mind of al qaeda and we know what happened after that. so these guys can be the -- didn't shoot straight but if they come in contact with somebody who does know how to shoot straight they can become very deadly, indeed. >> i'm glad it's a point you pick up and talk about in cases like these. christopher dickey for us there in paris. appreciate it. >>> just in to us here at cnn, a mall in virginia, evacuated after we're told
's the -- the combination of united states, canada and mexico. north america will probably -- could produce as much oil as it consumes sometimes within the next 20 years. part of that is that we're consuming less. as i said, we're using less fuel in our cars. so we might be able to produce the same amount that we consume. however, we won't be independent of whatever the prices will be. that in no way will shield us from high or volatile prices because prices are set on the global market. >> bill: it is an interesting concept that in the global market, any country one country be totally energy independent. >> yes exactly. this global technology race, we never think globally of the country. we're very ins lar and we need to open our eyes to what's going on. >> bill: you guys are great. thank you, victoria for coming in as a "friend of bill" for the whole hour. great to see you. coral, always good to have you here. >> good to be here. >> bill: thank you both. i'll be back and tell what you the president is up to today. another busy d
of immigrants. we welcome people coming to this country as immigrants. my dad was born in mexico of american parents. ann's dad was born in wales and is a first-generation american. we welcome legal immigrants into this country. i want our legal system to work better. i want it to be streamlined. i want it to be clearer. you shouldn't have to hire a lawyer to figure out how to get into this country legally. i also think we should give visas to people, green cards rather to people who graduate with skills that we need, people around the world with accredited degrees in science and math. get a green card stapled to their diploma. come to the usa. we should make sure that our legal system works. number two we're going to have to stop ill lem immigration. there are four million people who are waiting in line to get here legally. those who come here illegally take mr. place. i will not grant amnesty to those who come here illegally. what i will do is put in place an employment verification system and make sure that employers that hire people who have come here illegally are sanctioned for doing s
que tal, les saluda enrique acevedoencuesta de corrupcion policial en mexico aumenta cifra de muertos por meningitis armstrong renuncia y pierde auspiciosel sondeo nacional de calidad e impacto gubernamental 2011 en mexico revelo que, segun el 62 por ciento de los encuestados, la policia comete actos de corrupcion frecuentes.el centro para el control de enfermades informo que aumento a 19 el numero de muertos por el brote de meningitis, tras cuatro nuevos casos mortales en tennessi, florida y virginia.el ex ciclista lance armstrong renuncio a la presidencia de la fundacion livestrong de lucha contra el cancer, mas en
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